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Hanqing & Mona are UK-based artist duo and researchers whose practice emerged out of photography, sculpture and progressed towards site-specific installation. Frequently travelling in between east Asian countries and the UK, their work reflects cultural and archaeological concerns with architecture and historic remains in the global context.

The artists are often inspired by historic image and blueprint to rearrange and reconfigure daily objects, photographs that grasped from urban living into indoor gallery space to create close and atypical scenery. They regard architecture as a reflection of culture, social structure and history; the patina of buildings, natural erosion and human remnants at a site deliver poetic sensations, as well as complex spatial characteristics to be interrogated.




CV (Updated in September, 2020)